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Mountriver TY Yu
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Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
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The forum seems very quiet for a long time. Is that all problems have been resolved yet? ... Recently thinking about modeling relationship and find there is a need for, or some natural and explicit…Continue

Tags: modeling, model-driven, model-based

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andreas Leue Aug 6, 2013.

Have Models Filed?
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Jean Bezivin said (here)“Models have filed, at least temporarily. [...]The deployment of MDE…Continue

Tags: MDE, models

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mountriver TY Yu Nov 3, 2011.

Are there two different abstract hierarchies to software?
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Based on some recent discussions and thinking* around the concept of abstraction, I had a brief summary, it is including three key points as follows (see the figure):to examine abstract levels from…Continue

Tags: models, applications, domains, abstraction, abstrct-level

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mountriver TY Yu Oct 28, 2011.

Some division of models for enterprise applications, a sketch
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A basic division of models can be determined by the objects of the models (i. e., what a model modeled). See the illustration (from my essay…Continue

Tags: applications, enterprise, models, domain

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mountriver TY Yu Oct 5, 2011.

 

Think in Models

Mountriver TY Yu's Blog

Models: Execution or More

A few days ago, I left a comment on Vincent’s blog, with his essay What is the focus of…

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Posted on August 11, 2011 at 10:00 — 11 Comments

Why I changed my blog

I have restarted my blog at THINK IN MODELS.

 

Because of certain reasons which I don't want to mention, some resources on internet…

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Posted on March 27, 2011 at 15:00

Model-Driven: An Essential Requirement Come from Customers

In the beginning [1], I chose the word group "model-driven", which inspired by the concept of “parameter-driven” and “table-driven” in software development. Some the properties would be stored in a parameter-table that can be modified at…

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Posted on January 25, 2011 at 4:00

A Roadmap of Research for Enterprise Applications

The subject is the software or information systems used in enterprise. It is comprehensive, need to support the management and the general business in enterprise, often referred generally as enterprise application or some times, I prefer…

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Posted on January 22, 2011 at 8:20 — 2 Comments

THINK IN MODELS

All "cognition is cognition in models and by models"

by Herbert Stachowiak, 1973



The human spirit is unable to think other ways than in models.

by Christian Wissel, 1989



Thought is the activity or… Continue

Posted on January 20, 2011 at 7:30 — 4 Comments

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Haimanot Ftsumbrhan Tekie replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion What is the essential difference between MODELING and PROGRAMMING?
"This is a great reply William! I ended up reading the whole discussion, and there were great answers in this thread, but you answer made it clear for me. I am wondering if you or anyone could refer me to some article where I can read about the…"
Sep 15, 2015
Andreas Leue replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
"> Isn't RBD.... Not yet ;-)"
Aug 6, 2013
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
"Gatner, a lot of people adore her. Isn't RBD a new abbreviation of them? Consulting industry must continue to define new concepts for making money. :-D There are too many buzzwords in this era, when people see the real new ideas but become…"
Aug 6, 2013
Andreas Leue replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
"I was just half-seriously kidding. Actually, why not call modern MDx "RBD" instead? The term is apt. (Anyone listening from Gartner?)"
Aug 6, 2013
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
"Hi Andreas, nice to see you! It seems that in the last twenty years, some of the IT industry more and more like the fashion industry... "Responsive Business Design"? first heard about."
Aug 5, 2013
Andreas Leue replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"
"I guess everything got so awesome and responsive lately, that models became a bit unfashionable (based ones as well as driven ones). What about "Responsive Business Design"? [ ]  I like that so much"
Aug 5, 2013
Mountriver TY Yu posted a discussion

Seeking clearer meanings for "model-based" and "model-driven"

The forum seems very quiet for a long time. Is that all problems have been resolved yet? ... Recently thinking about modeling relationship and find there is a need for, or some natural and explicit distinction between "model-driven" and "model-based".  A proposal is as follows:   It is better to discuss the issue on a clearer target, a function (and then extend to such as a system has some functions). I suggest defininga function is model-based if it is based on the model(s) of the functional…See More
Aug 1, 2013
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion What is the essential difference between MODELING and PROGRAMMING?
"Hi! William, just saw your comment. Yes, it seems the "what and how" is a representative answer for this question although I would not see it the unique or final answer. In fact, what the first opinion I would like to raise here (as a…"
Aug 29, 2012
William Cook replied to Mountriver TY Yu's discussion What is the essential difference between MODELING and PROGRAMMING?
"I know this is an old topic.. but its an important one. To me the difference between modeling and programming is the difference between saying "what" and saying "how". This is not an absolute binary distinction, but is rather a…"
Aug 11, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"said takes the old road on new shoes ;-) "two decades"...are there a few decades in my life? I think, it needs more passion, more innovation, more care about new ideas, ..."
Mar 22, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Sorry, It was not very clear in my expression. (reading and writing in English still a hard job to me :-D)"
Mar 20, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Sorry, Alex, I just edited my last comment and posted it then see you new replay (you know, I'm writing very very slowly) ;-) Good luck!"
Mar 20, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"@Alex  You could like to have a look at "A Roadmap of Research for Enterprise Applications" :-) if you go on the development a 'build for change on demand' style one for the comprehensive applications for…"
Mar 20, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"When I got the primary idea in more than a dozen years ago and chose the 'model driven', the inspiration was from a so-called "table-driven" for app :-) For 'model'.. the schemata are models, as well as the data. The…"
Mar 19, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu replied to Alex Semenov's discussion Request for a tool classification...
"Hi Alex, Nice to see your story here, this was a surprise to me. Your system is a good instance of what I called model driven application (MDApp), or model driven information system (MDIS). The key principle to achieve a MDApp is what I called model…"
Mar 17, 2012
Mountriver TY Yu left a comment for Kim Klieger
"Hello! Kim, I'm interesting in your interest :-) had the same dreams but I think, It's hard to not let you down, to the modeling in such the current MDx.Regards! TY"
Dec 12, 2011

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
models and modeling, for software or information systems, specifically, to the applications for enterprise
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I've developed some of model-driven applications based on model-driven mechanism about decades ago and thought more
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http://thinkinmodels.wordpress.com/

My new blog at http://thinkinmodels.wordpress.com/

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I have started a new blog at http://thinkinmodels.wordpress.com/ We must "cross over the Wall" to here from my home recently...

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